9 September 2014

Turron de vino (red wine meringue/a vintage dessert)











When I was a child this was one of my favorites dessert .
Usually my chilean grand mom (abuelita Chela) made for Sundays or some special dates like Independence day (18 de Septiembre)
Is nice cook or bake recipes you remember people we love.
So this month I will try some chilean recipes.

 Anyway if you want look in my labels you cand find many chilean recipes.

This post is dedicate to Lory a new friend of mine who came from USA and cook amazing and  living with her family in Puerto Octay a beautiful place in the south of Chile.
Her blog is Our chilean adventure and yo can visit her and Jim (her hubby) she has amazing pictures.

Source: Platos y Copas (cocina chile Ed.66)


Im sharing this recipe con el  Buscador de Recetas chilenas




Ingredients
5 glasses

1 cup of red wine
Sirah or Carmenere (or other red wine)
1 1/2 cup of sugar
4 white eggs
60 g chopped waltnuts

Method


In a bowl beat the egg whites with a pinch of salt. 
While the whites are whipping on medium speed to soft peaks boil the sugar syrup with the red wine.
Add slowly the hot syrup . Continue whipping until the mixture cools .
The meringue is ready when the bowl is no longer hot.

For syrup
Put a pan to medium heat with wine and sugar and boil for a while. 
The wine sauce is ready when you try  a bit with a spoon it looks like syrup. (threads) 
Gradually incorporate this  syrup  to meringue

Divide into glasses and sprinkle the chopped nuts. 
Leave in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes and serve.












print recipe here

EN ESPAÑOL

TURRON DE VINO














El turron de vino es uno de mis postres favoritos. Era muy comun que mi abuelita Chela lo hiciera para fechas especiales o los Domingos en que normalmente ibamos a almorzar.
Hace mucho que no lo hacía.

Lo hice para empezar a poner recetas para este tiempo del 18 por lo menos algunas. En todos estos años he hecho tantas que 
me cuesta encontrar recetas distintas.

He hecho empanadas-sopaipillas- alfajores- empolvados- chupes de mariscos-pastel de choclo cazuela- caldillos de pescado tortas mil hojas- chilenitos-lanchitas en fin.
Pero siempre se encuentra algo distinto.

Esta receta es de Platos y Copas de un número especial de cocina chilena.
Con esta receta participo en el Blog de recetas chilenas.

Ingredientes



83 comments:

  1. Dairy is scary but I'm still number 1, pfft to Betsy and Brian haha

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  2. Wow, Thanks, Gloria
    You are so sweet!
    And I will send you a picture when I make this beautiful dessert!
    It is so unusual but so simple!
    Feliz 18 to you!

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    1. Yes Is simple and delicious! Im glad you like!!(I think you were sleeping)
      if you see the link in Platos y Copas you can see others recipes.
      xo

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  3. How nice for you to feature some Chilean recipes for your new friend. Hi Lori! This looks so good. You had me at red wine - ha! Looks so fancy and decadent, yet seems simple. Nice to have a crunch of nuts too. Yum!

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    1. Thanks Suza And the wine is important because for the color you need a lovely red wine. Yes we love this dessert that my grand mom made always!!
      Lori is really nice and she arrived me from Pinterest and we are talking. The place where she live is beautiful in the south of Chile.
      xo
      You can see the pictures of Lori later

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  4. fun dessert and love learning about Chilean cuisine from you

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  5. Hi Gloria!
    I am soooooo looking forward to more Chiliean recipes. And what a GREAT way to begin. I would love to try this recipe, Gloria, it sounds so intriguing and I'm sure so comforting:) Congrats on making a new friend:)

    Thanks so much for sharing, Gloria...

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  6. this looks so good! Something different.

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  7. è davvero particolare questa meringa, grazie per averne condiviso la ricetta. sono curiosa di sperimentare :)
    un abbraccio, buona giornata

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  8. Una meringa particolare, con un bellissimo colore :)
    Bello scoprire nuove ricette.
    Un bacio e buona giornata.

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  9. I tuoi dessert sono sempre particolari e da favola!!!
    A big kiss

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  10. I would love to taste this red wine dessert! It looks so beautifully creamy and good!

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  11. troppo golosa la tua meringa, un abbraccio SILVIA

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  12. Wow! I do love this one A LOT! And I love the colour too. Fab dessert Gloria!

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    1. Thanks Alida! You know thr colour is by the red wine:)

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  13. Interesting! I don't think I've ever seen a wine-flavored dessert before.

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  14. Particolarissimo davvero, con l'ingrediente in più: il ricordo di un affetto importante;))
    Da annotare sul libro delle ricette!
    Bacio grande;))

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  15. Deve essere molto buona, poi il colore è molto bello.

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  16. Gloria, I've never had a meringue dessert...other than on a pie! Very interesting... Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Yes I love to change header!
      I love this:)

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  18. Que delicia! cuando era chica mi misión era picar las nueces y mi prima grande batía el merengue. lindos recuerdos.

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    1. Cierto! Cuando eramos chicas era nuestro postre predilecto!
      Y aun me encanta!
      Gracias Pilar!

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  19. mamma mia che bonta'...una coppa molto golosa :P...kisses :*

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  20. Une recette bien gourmande. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  21. It sounds great and has to be delicious, Gloria! Walnuts, yum! Looking forward to Chilean dishes and I love your header!

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  22. Wow! I've never heard of a dessert like this before, looks and sounds delicious!

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  23. this does look very delicious. and such a lovely colour that just makes you want to dive in:)

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  24. That's looks really good ~ I admire your presentation too ~

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  25. Wow - what a gorgeous dessert! I know I'd love it!

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  26. It looks pretty and delicious!

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  27. What a gorgeous dessert! I've never heard of this, but it looks like a winner :)

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    1. Thanks lizzy really an anutique recipe

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  28. What a beautiful dessert, Gloria! Love recipes like this that remind us of loved ones :)

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    1. Thanks Susan yes this is a really specisl for me:)

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  29. I love learning new cuisines and Chilean is very new to me. This dessert will be on my table this week for sure!

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    1. Aw you are so sweet Maureen:)
      I hope to make other chilean recipe next week:)

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  30. Hi Gloria....
    I love red wine, so I am sure this is superb!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  31. Yes really is Linda:)
    Thanks for stopping by!
    xo

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  32. I can't even imagine how this taste, looks so good, Gloria. Thanks for sharing this family recipe!

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  33. Very unusual dessert, Gloria. It looks lovely and I'm going to enjoy reading your family recipes this month!

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  34. Wow! I love it! I'm so hungry right now...

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  35. Yum! I'm all for a creamy dessert without lactose.

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    1. Hi Sarah I think this dessert would be perfect for you:)

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    2. How you see this hasn't lactosa!

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  36. Aren't old family recipes wonderful! I have loved recreating some things my grandmothers used to make. This so pretty with its lovely color and lightness!

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    1. Thanks dear:) yes when I was a child my chilean grand mom made always this dessert especially
      Sundays!still I have some notebooks with her recipes!

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  37. Buenos Dias, Gloria! I have a few questions for you! The syrup- thread stage in candy making about 230 F or 110 C ?
    And can I make it ahead of time? A couple hours in the fridge?
    Muchas Gracias!

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  38. Que original Gloria! no conocía este postre, tiene que estar delicioso. Besos

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